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Flower Review: Green Crack

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Green Crack - PHILLIP DANNER
  • Phillip Danner
  • Green Crack

Strain name: Green Crack

Grown by: Toucannabis Wellness Co. & Dispensary

Acquired from:  Toucannabis Wellness Co. & Dispensary

Date acquired: Sept. 11 

THC/CBD percentages: 19.77 percent/.65 percent (per Scissortail Laboratory, LLC)

Physical traits: Tight, light green buds with plentiful dull orange stigmas and a touch of purple inside

Bouquet: Peppery and woody

Review: As a big fan of strong sativas, Green Crack caught my eye. Seeing that it was an indica-dominant hybrid kept it. Manager Carl Witten told me that it is 70 percent indica and 30 percent sativa as a cross between Skunk #1 and Afghani parents. It definitely did not smell like other Green Crack runs either, but it was some of the most peppery-smelling bud I have encountered. The pepper is not evident in the smoke, which is very smooth. The high itself took a moment to creep in, coming on strong with its sativa vibes for a short while before blending into a strong indica high and then bouncing back to energetic as it tapered off. It’s a bit confusing, but enjoyable if you are looking for a strain that lets you experience the best of both worlds. Toucannabis also grows all of its own product (you can smell the live grow from the dispensary), and I am looking forward to seeing the other curious crosses it has. (I picked up a high-CBD sativa-dominant strain of its CB Dutch Treat while I was there, for example.)

Cannabis effects vary wildly from patient to patient based on a multitude of factors, including THC tolerance, brain chemistry and personal taste. This review is based on the subjective experience of one patient.

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